They say it’s good, better yet very courteous to give back to society. A culture that should be cultivated more and regularly. “This is what drives SUPABET247,” says Carolle Kariuki, the Marketing Leader, “The mark, the impact, the change we give, however small, is a key inspiration to our business. If we can better at least 1 person’s life in a day, then our job is done!”
Since inception 4 months ago, Supabet247 has been involved in several Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives. A few months ago, the organization made a cash donation to a marathon organized by Parklands Sports Club aimed at supporting persons with disability. Soon thereafter, the organization visited Masaku School for the Physically Disabled in Machakos and donated wheelchairs to the school.
“In a society where disability is considered inability, every little interaction with the physically challenged proves that we have it all wrong and twisted, “says Gillian, SUPABET247’s Junior Marketing Executive. “There’s so much talent and potential amongst persons with disability and all they need is a little support along the way.” Just this past weekend, Supabet247 made a donation of Kshs. 100,000 to the Henry Wanyoike Foundation marathon organized to raise funds to educate children from humble backgrounds. Not only did Supabet247 make a donation, but they also participated in the marathon that was attended by over 15,000 participants from across the country. “The success and turn up was nothing short of inspirational,” said Mrs. Wanyoike who also thanked all the sponsors who contributed to the cause of the day. “Sustainability is a key pillar in our CSR strategy. We want to leave benefits that can be passed on to generations to come. We have identified several initiatives we would like to engage in and so this is just the beginning. You shall be seeing more of these from us,” Carolle concludes. As you support your favorite team by placing a bet on the Supabet247 platform, keep in mind that that is an investment you’re making into touching someone’s life.